Author: jonathan-beller

Jonathan Beller is professor of humanities and media studies and director of the Graduate Program in Media Studies at Pratt Institute. His books include The Cinematic Mode of Production: Attention Economy and the Society of the Spectacle (2006) and Acquiring Eyes: Philippine Visuality, Nationalist Struggle, and the World-Media System (2006).

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From The Cinematic Mode of Production to Computational Capital: An Interview with Jonathan Beller for Kulturpunkt

Jonathan Beller, Ante Jeric and Diana Meheik

Social Text Collective Member Jonathan Beller, interviewed for¬†Kulturpunkt by Ante Jeric and Diana Meheik. Re-posted from Kulturpunkt.hr.¬†Thanks to Tanja Vrvilo and Film Mutations. KP: The Cinematic Mode of Production is the term by which you seem to be introducing a … Continue reading “From The Cinematic Mode of Production to Computational Capital: An Interview with Jonathan Beller for Kulturpunkt”

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